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It is in the meticulous attention to detail where ambitions become reality! It takes extraordinary work to be a 100-Point Winemaker:
Palatine is a leap of faith from a 100-Point Winemaker Protégé and this Cabernet Sauvignon will rock the very ground you stand on!
Seven Hills Block XIII is an organically farmed vineyard situated in the undulating hills on the western edge of Yountville. A single acre parcel at 500 feet elevation above the valley. The hills even harbour occasional citrus trees. The East-West running block is planted within 12 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vines on a site composed of loamy, metamorphic soil. After sorting and crushing the Cabernet vinification begins. The wine is stored for 20 months in 3/4 new French Oak barrels from a variety of French Coopers (Darnajou, Taransaud). Throughout the aging process, wines are racked to and barrels are topped. After 20 months, the wine is drawn off from the oak barrels and put into holding tanks to prepare for bottling, but before they do that, the wines have gone through meticulous blending processes.
4.0/5 Overall Vivino Users (45 Ratings)
Cooperage: 20 months in 3/4 new French Oak
Food Pairing, Beef, Mature and hard cheese, Poultry
4.0 ★ Overall Vivino Users
Vivino User, 5.0★ : "Initial tastes are of young grapes but raspberry and blackberry both pop out. Long Dry Finish. Complexed and Powerful flavors every sip! Aging a 2nd bottle for 5+ Years down the road." DCon
Vivino User, 4.5★ : "Incredible nose, really smell the fruit on the front end, balanced not too acidic on the backend. Paired very well with a New York prime steak. I very much enjoyed this wine." Jason P.